How dynamic is XSL?
If I have a XML document with an abitrary mix of text and links, can I then make only one XSL that always can be used to transform that XML document? For instance the XML could at one time, start with some text, then have some links, and end with some text. And at another time the XML could start with some links, then text, and then maybe some links again. I think what I'm askin, is is the <xsl:for-each> takes care of this problem, or if the first "for-each" takes care of links, then all the links are handled first, and there after the text (if any comes after the links)? Was this question clear? Med venlig hilsen/Best regards Søren Neigaard ------------------------------- MobileThink A/S Udviklingsparken Sønderhøj 46 8260 Viby J Denmark XSL-List info and archive: http://www.mulberrytech.com/xsl/xsl-list
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